Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 4 years ago in Processes

For prevention of deadlock which of the following algorithm should be used

[A] Banker's algorithm
[B] LRU
[C] Paging
[D] SCAN
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Abdul Sami Kharal
Abdul Sami Kharal - 5 months ago

Abdul Sami Kharal from Pano Aqil, Pakistan is saying Banker’s algorithm is correct answer

Raza Ali Shanbani
Raza Ali Shanbani - 1 year ago

Raza Ali Shanbani from Karachi, Pakistan is saying Paging is correct answer

Sabina Sunuwar
Sabina Sunuwar - 1 year ago

Sabina Sunuwar from Dang, Nepal is saying Banker’s algorithm is correct answer

Taruñ Dhimañ
Taruñ Dhimañ - 2 years ago

Taruñ Dhimañ from Delhi, India is saying Banker’s algorithm is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 2 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying LRU is correct answer

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